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Publisher: Integrated Teaching and Learning Program: Teach Engineering
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This resource is a one-week experiential learning module for high school physics on the topic of spectroscopy. Students create a spectrograph prototype using their calculation of the…
  
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This resource is a standards-based curricular unit for grades 7-8 designed to introduce students to the composition of light. It includes detailed lesson plans for eight classroom…
  
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Publisher: New England Board of Higher Education
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This resource is a set of simple and low-cost lab manuals on the topic of optics, developed for high school and lower-level undergraduate level. The manuals were designed to give…
  
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M. Davidson; Publisher: National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is an introductory tutorial on the topic of diffraction of light waves, the bending of light waves around obstacles. It explains the phenomenon in a variety of ways and…
  
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This page is a free multimedia tutorial relating to the wave nature of light, appropriate for high school students in an introductory physics course. Materials are formatted in Adobe…
  
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This web page contains a set of more than 40 simple experiments, or "snacks", on the topic of light. Exploratorium Science Snacks are miniature versions of popular exhibits at the…
  
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M. Davidson and K. Spring; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is a introductory tutorial relating to wave-particle duality in the behavior of light. It traces the early history of light refraction theory, from Huygens' 18th century…
  
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This web page includes a java illustration of single slit diffraction of light. The user can adjust the wavelength of the light and the size of the slit and observe the resultant…
  
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This web page, part of the Annenberg Media Teachers' Labs, enables visitors to analyze the spectrum of a star and determine its composition. The site displays spectra of various…
  
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A tutorial for learning how to focus with microscopy. This is more for beginners with microscopy and is based on imputs changing teh images on the browser.
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